FHTS signed a Memorandum of Understanding with DIT University, Dehradun to start the first Doctoral Program (PhD) in Population Health Informatics. The program is anticipated to start in January and more details will be coming shortly. On this special day, Dr. Joshi highlighted about the need of this program that will help prepare a skilled worksforce align in advancing the achievement of SDG Goals across global settings. Further, the program will emphasize on data, analytics, informatics, technology, intervention, governance to enhance population health as key pillars of the program. FHTS will bring together the best faculty around the world to make this an highly intellectual enriching experience for students to making data meaningful for evidence based policy making.